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  • 12Dec

    Hernia Mesh Lawsuit Updates

    (Latest News, Top News) 
    For the victims of hernia mesh repairs gone wrong, the pace for reconciliation feels slow. Yet, there are signs of progress [...]  Read More →
  • 08Dec

    J&J Pushes to Fast-Track Talcum Powder Trials in MDL Court

    (Bad Drugs, Latest News, Top News) 
    Johnson & Johnson is fighting thousands of product liability claims filed by women who allege that perineal use of their [...]  Read More →
  • 15Nov

    Judge Holds Initial Conference in Abilify MDL

    (Bad Drugs, Top News) 
    The judge overseeing centralization of Abilify lawsuits has held an initial conference to go over the current status of the [...]  Read More →
  • 08Nov

    Abilify Multidistrict Litigation Established

    (Bad Drugs, Top News) 
    In October, the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) established a federal multidistrict litigation (MDL) [...]  Read More →
  • 03Nov

    Johnson & Johnson Loses Third Consecutive Talcum Powder Case

    (Bad Drugs, Latest News, Top News) 
    In late October, a St. Louis jury awarded a woman, Deborah Giannecchini, compensatory and punitive damages in her talcum [...]  Read More →
  • 18Oct

    Taxotere Litigation Consolidated

    (Bad Drugs, Latest News, Top News) 
    In early October, a decision was made to consolidate Taxotere lawsuits brought by patients who were prescribed the drug for [...]  Read More →
 

Featured

  • 29Jul

    Bonsignore Trial Lawyers Accepting Rejected Mesh Injury Cases

    (Consumer Protection, Featured, In Progress, Latest News, Top News) 
    The Bonsignore Trial Lawyers accept mesh cases rejected by other law firms, including complaints brought against Atrium [...]  Read More →
  • 09Jun

    Supreme Court: Google suit OK

    (Consumer Protection, Featured, In Progress, Latest News, Top News) 
    The Supreme Court yesterday rejected Google Inc.’s appeal to toss out a class-action lawsuit by advertisers who claim it [...]  Read More →
  • 08Feb

    DOJ Polices e-Commerce Antitrust Violations

    (Antitrust, Featured, In Progress, Latest News, Top News) 
    n December 2015, the Department of Justice’s investigation into the alleged price-fixing of internet-sold wall posters [...]  Read More →
  • 26Jan

    80s Singer’s Case Against Capitol Records Revived

    (Appeals, Featured, Latest News, Top News) 
    SAN FRANCISCO (CN) – The frontwoman of a former 1980s rock band may sue the band’s record label as a third-party [...]  Read More →
  • 20Nov

    Doctor Says a Device He Invented Poses Risks

    (Bad Drugs, Consumer Protection, Featured, In Progress) 
    Dr. Scott D. Augustine, the inventor of a widely used piece of surgical equipment, now has a better idea — he wants hospitals [...]  Read More →
  • 20Nov

    Hyundai and Kia Fuel Economy Litigation, C.D. California.

    (Automotive, Consumer Protection, Featured, In Progress, Latest News) 
    IN RE HYUNDAI AND KIA FUEL ECONOMY LITIGATION CASE NOS. MDL 13-2424-GW(FFMX), CV 12-800-GW(FFMX) In re: HYUNDAI AND KIA FUEL [...]  Read More →
 

Bad Drugs

  • 26Apr

    REZULIN: Lawsuits against Maker of Diabetes Drug Pile up

    (Bad Drugs) 
    REZULIN: Lawsuits against Maker of Diabetes Drug Pile up [...]  Read More →
  • 01Sep

    Families with autistic children sue national manufacturers

    (Bad Drugs) 
    BOSTON — Two Massachusetts families have filed lawsuits against the major vaccine makers, claiming that the [...]  Read More →
  • 24Dec

    `Snake oil’ subject of suit

    (Bad Drugs) 
    Dan Allen was diagnosed three years ago with a mysterious neurological disorder that put him in a wheelchair, suffering from [...]  Read More →
  • 28Jan

    Former FDA head testifies against J&J in “off-label” marketing case.

    (Archive, Bad Drugs) 
    (Bloomberg) — Johnson & Johnson, which paid more than $2 billion to resolve a criminal probe over its antipsychotic [...]  Read More →
  • 20Mar

    Jury rules against drugmaker in risperidone trial, rules against damages for plaintiff.

    (Archive, Bad Drugs, Latest News) 
    (Reuters) – A Philadelphia jury on Friday found that Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen Pharmaceuticals failed to warn [...]  Read More →
  • 13Jun

    Update on Zofran Birth Defects Class Action From Bonsignore Trial Lawyers

    (Bad Drugs, Featured, In Progress, Latest News) 
    MEDFORD, Mass., June 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Bonsignore Trial Lawyers, PLLC filed a complaint in Federal Court [...]  Read More →
 

TelexFree

  • 26Dec

    Alleged victims in TelexFREE case to get representation

    (In Progress, Latest News, Ponzi Schemes, TelexFree, Top News) 
    Alleged victims in TelexFREE case to get representation A federal judge this week approved the formation of a victim [...]  Read More →
  • 09Sep

    TelexFree Updated

    (Consumer Protection, Featured, In Progress, Latest News, Ponzi Schemes, TelexFree, Top News) 
    Docket #232 – Plaintiffs’ Memorandum in Opposition to Certain Moving Defendants’ Motions to Dismiss: [...]  Read More →
  • 07Apr

    TelexFree lawsuit names Bank of America, PricewaterhouseCoopers

    (Ponzi Schemes, TelexFree) 
    A lawyer representing victims of the alleged TelexFree Inc. fraud in a class-action lawsuit has named numerous defendants in [...]  Read More →
  • 12Mar

    Judge halts class-action cases until TelexFREE criminal case proceeds

    (TelexFree) 
    A federal judge this week approved the government’s request to halt evidence gathering in a bundle of class action cases [...]  Read More →
  • 17Dec

    Bonsignore Spotlighted in New Hampshire Bar Journal

    (Featured, In Progress, Latest News, Ponzi Schemes, TelexFree) 
    The largest wage and hour case in United States history – a battle waged against Walmart that resulted in an $85 million [...]  Read More →
  • 27May

    TelexFree, accused of Ponzi scheme, has numerous creditors

    (Ponzi Schemes, TelexFree) 
    WORCESTER — TelexFree’s bankruptcy lawyer told a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge Tuesday that there may be over 700,000 [...]  Read More →
 

Archive

  • 12Apr

    Wal-Mart Santa Settles 63 Wage & Hour Lawsuits

    (Archive, Consumer Protection) 
    Wal-Mart Elves Get Back $640 Million in “Stolen” Benefits ‘Twas the settlement before Christmas. On the eve [...]  Read More →
  • 12Apr

    Examples of Class Action Residual Awards

    (Archive) 
    Across the country, class action residuals have been successfully used to fund civil legal services for the poor. Texas: An [...]  Read More →
  • 20Mar

    Jury rules against drugmaker in risperidone trial, rules against damages for plaintiff.

    (Archive, Bad Drugs, Latest News) 
    (Reuters) – A Philadelphia jury on Friday found that Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen Pharmaceuticals failed to warn [...]  Read More →
  • 28Jan

    Former FDA head testifies against J&J in “off-label” marketing case.

    (Archive, Bad Drugs) 
    (Bloomberg) — Johnson & Johnson, which paid more than $2 billion to resolve a criminal probe over its antipsychotic [...]  Read More →
  • 09May

    TelexFree owners charged with fraud

    (Archive, TelexFree) 
    The two owners of a Marlborough company accused of bilking investors in a global $1 billion pyramid scheme were criminally [...]  Read More →
  • 06May

    Las Vegas judge to send TelexFree case back to Mass.

    (Archive, TelexFree) 
    By Beth Healy GLOBE STAFF  MAY 06, 2014 A federal judge in Las Vegas has ruled that the TelexFree Inc. bankruptcy case will [...]  Read More →